Utica College vs. Hartwick
March 31, 2004
|Justin Schmidt||(2, 1)|
|Ryan Mcgowan||(1, 0)|
|Ken Fischmann||(1, 0)|
|Shawn Ryan||16 (0.571)|
|Bruce Wright||4 (0.667)|
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|Kevin Geraghty||(0, 4)|
|Brian Prescott||(4, 0)|
|Mike Debrossy||(2, 1)|
|Devin Poole||(3, 0)|
|Josh Porcell||(1, 1)|
|Brian Miller||(2, 0)|
|Noah Hollander||(1, 0)|
|Mike Rose||(1, 0)|
|Mark Colite||13 (0.765)|
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|The Game Story:|
| UTICA, N.Y. - The Hartwick College men's lacrosse team scored
11 straight goals in the second half en route to a 14-4 triumph over
Utica College on Wednesday.
The Hawks (6-2 overall, 3-1 Empire 8) trailed at the end of the first quarter, 3-1, and entered halftime down, 4-3.
In the second half, junior attackman Brian Prescott (Duxbury HS/Duxbury, Mass.) scored three goals and sophomore attackman Mike Debrossy (Westfield HS/Westfield, N.J.) contributed two goals and one assist to pace Hartwick.
Senior attackman Kevin Geraghty (Massapequa HS/Massapequa, N.Y.) had a game-high four assists and broke the Hartwick varsity record with the 112th assist of his varsity career.
Geraghty, who is currently ranked third among all NCAA Division III players in assists per game at 4 (32 total), entered the game tied with Dan Isaf (Class of '92) at 108. He broke the school record with an assist to junior midfielder Devin Poole (Geneva HS/Geneva, N.Y.) with 13 minutes and 35 seconds remaining in the second quarter.
Prescott finished with four goals and Poole tallied three goals on five shots. Freshman attackman Brian Miller (Acton Boxborough HS/Acton, Mass.) scored two goals, and freshman midfielder Josh Porcell (Bridgton Academy/Gansevoort, N.Y.) had one goal, one assist and four ground balls. Junior midfielders Mike Rose (Cheshire HS/Cheshire, Conn.) and Noah Hollander (Guilford HS/Guilford, Conn.) each had one goal.
Senior goaltender Mark Colite (Southington HS/Southington, Conn) made 13 saves in 60 minutes for the Hawks, while sophomore Sean Ryan (16 saves, 52:15) and senior Bruce Wright (four saves, 7:45) combined for 20 saves for Utica (5-2, 0-1).
Junior face-off specialist Adam Frys (Seton Catholic HS/Conklin, N.Y.) went 12-for-18 and picked up a game-high nine ground balls for Hartwick, which had a 58-28 advantage in shots and a 32-27 edge in ground balls.
The Hawks will play host to sixth-ranked Cortland State (4-1) at noon Saturday.